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Canon 1000

1. In cases in which recourse suspends the execution of the

decree, the petition also has the same effect as that mentioned

in can. 999, 1. 2. In other cases, unless within ten days

from the receipt of the petition, the author of the decree suspends its execution, a suspension can meanwhile be petitioned

from his superior authority who can decide it only for grave

reasons and always cautiously lest the salvation of souls be

injured in some way; if recourse is proposed later, the authority

who must deal with the recourse is to determine whether the suspension is to be confirmed or revoked. 3. If no recourse is

proposed against the decree within the stated period or if recourse is sought only for the reparation of damages, the suspension of the execution ceases by the law itself.




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